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...businesses and healthcare facilities. We’re providing that first point of connectivity for the end user customers’ Established in 2010, Ultrafast Fibre owns and operates the fibre network... more
...subscribed to M2M. Elsewhere, Orange reported subscription growth in the likes of Poland (where it claimed a user base of 16.590 million, up 5.9% y-o-y) and Belgium and Luxembourg (5.144 million, 6.6... more
...increase the coverage and capacity of 4G/4G+ network. For our users, this specifically means better user experience, greater speeds, and the possibility to use new, advanced services, based on LTE... more
...fledgling GPON service is based on a direct fibre connection all the way into the end user’s apartment. Bundles of GPON internet, digital TV and mobile subscriptions are currently available costing... more
...exploit the potential of AIS 5G as we are the service provider with the most wavebands. We are taking the user experience for Thai customers to a new level with our partners in the Digital Ecosystem... more partner Huawei to ‘advance its 5G infrastructure’ aiming to achieve the best possible user experience and enhance network quality. Zain Kuwait CEO Eaman Al-Roudhan commented: ‘Today... more
...on-year on an organic basis. Underlying EBITDA climbed 5% to SEK2.58 billion, driven by ‘end user service revenue growth, cost savings, and less headwinds related to the pandemic’. Net profit... more
...400MHz of mmWave spectrum with a 20MHz block of 4G spectrum using mmWave carrier aggregation (CA) and Single-User MIMO (SU-MIMO). Adam Koeppe, Senior VP of Technology Planning for Verizon, commented... more
...end of June 2021 only 65.5% of mobile SIM cards in the country had been registered with the required user ID to meet regulations ahead of the latest re-registration deadline set for 15 February 2022... more
...fully opening up their networks to Jio customers would result in a ‘tsunami’ of calls from Jio’s user base and that the asymmetry caused by Jio’s free calls would congest their networks... more